I just found my way to an online way station that has a definition of “way station.”
way station (noun)
Definition of way station
1: a station set between principal stations on a line of travel (such as a railroad)
2: an intermediate stopping place
Examples of way station in a Sentence
a way station for truck drivers
Recent Examples on the Web
The house became a gathering place for an indelible cultural moment, a way station for Andy Warhol, Terry Southern, Ike and Tina Turner, and Black Panthers.
— Mark Rozzo, The New Yorker, “Dennis Hopper’s Quiet Vision of Nineteen-Sixties Hollywood,” 22 Dec. 2019
In my way, I tried to make that definition of “way station” a way station (an intermediate stopping place) within today’s post.
I think it’s helpful, here and now, to think of every thing we experience — alone and together — as way stations on our way to where we are going.
Do you see any way stations in my photographs from yesterday?
As I’m moving among way stations, I often listen to The Way Up by the Pat Metheny Group. Here‘s the Opening and Pt. One of The Way Up from the way station YouTube:
On your way today to other way stations, I hope you spend some time listening to The Way Up and also in the way station of the comments sections, below.
No matter what the way station, I am grateful to be there and grateful for YOU.